Kid Power Grad

Kid Power Grad

Christine Hoekzema remembers the members of the Community of Living Waters as “really hippie people who sang all the time.” Christine grew up on Grandville Avenue between Liberty and Olympia, in the heart of the Roosevelt Park neighborhood where the “young hippies”...
Loving Your Neighbor

Loving Your Neighbor

Abbie and Elijah Cox have attended The Potter’s House school since pre-kindergarten, after their parents discovered the school through a Potter’s House high school parent. “We appreciate the ethnic and socioeconomic diversity,” said their father, Shane Cox. “I see it...

From ABCs to performing Theater

The Potter’s House High School recently performed “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” as its first musical. The addition of choreography and music added a new kind of energy to this year’s play. From initial auditions to opening night, preparing for this play was a...

Gregory Rummelt

Greg Rummelt has been a student at The Potter’s House since kindergarten. It’s the only school he’s ever known. Greg’s mom Felicia Smith was not a Christian when she entered Greg at The Potter’s House. Felicia shared, “In those days, I was not walking with the Lord,...